A loan of $425 helped to purchase more items including bread, eggs, butter, milk, cold drinks, shampoo, cleaning products etc.


Robina's story

Mrs. Robina is a 40-year-old widow. She started her own business after her husband's death. She set up a general store in her house by taking a loan from the Kashf Foundation. She sells daily use goods to her community. Her son also plays a supportive role. He is a rickshaw driver.

Being a single parent of five children she took this initiative to give her children a better future. She is responsible for their everyday expenditures including food, clothing and education. She has applied for a repeat loan of 40,000 Pakistan Rupees (PKR) to purchase more items including bread, eggs, butter, milk, cold drinks, shampoo, cleaning products etc. She hopes to have a good experience with this loan.



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